Hundred Acre Interchange
|Hundred Acre Interchange|
|Location Map ( geo)|
|A303, A342, A343, B3402|
|Junctions related to the A342|
|Junctions related to the A343|
Hundred Acre Interchange is a major junction on the A303, serving Andover.
It was originally named Hundred Acre Corner, and was where Monxton Road turned off the old A303 in Andover.
When the A303 Andover Bypass opened in the 1970s, this junction was built as a large roundabout with space for a future flyover. The Weyhill Bypass was built in the 1980s, and at this point the junction was converted into a dumbbell, with a larger roundabout at the north end that provided access to both sides of the old A303 and the new A343 Churchill Way.
The junction experienced a major upgrade in the 2010s, to accommodate the new Andover Business Park. The southern roundabout was removed, and a new northbound flyover was built, turning the junction into something similar to its original configuration. The main roundabout was signalised at the same time.
|Exeter, Amesbury, Thruxton|
|London, Basingstoke, Newbury, Winchester (A34), Salisbury (A343)|
|Devizes, Marlborough (A346), Ludgershall, Fyfield, Weyhill|
|Ring Road, Andover town centre, Portway Ind. Est. Charlton|
|Local Traffic Only|
|Andover Business Park|
|Grateley, Amport, Monxton, Abbotts Ann, Headquarters Land Forces|